Speed = Distance divided by Time. So, speed = 75 miles divided by 2.5 hours = 75 / 2.5 = 30 miles per hour. Velocity is speed and direction, so the velocity is 30 mph Northbound.

The answer will depend on the speed at which the truck travels. The answer will depend on the speed at which the truck travels. The answer will depend on the speed at which the truck travels. The answer will depend on the speed at which the truck travels.

Velocity is speed and direction. Truck speed is 80 km/hr. Truck velocity is 80 km/hr going east. Its velocity is also -80 km/h going west, and 0 km/h going north or south.

If that's really what the question is, the answer is 1400 mph. If the question is actually "A truck travels 1400 miles in 20 hours, what is its average speed?" then the answer is 70 mph.

Since momentum equals mass times velocity, if the mass of the truck times its velocity is greater than the mass of the bus times the bus' velocity then the momentum of the truck will be greater than the momentum of the bus.

25/0.75 = 331/3 km per hour That's the truck's average speed. If it spends the entire 45 minutes heading west, then its average velocity is 331/3 km/hr west.

A local truck driver according to DOT officers is a driver that travels within 100 air miles radius (116) outside his terminal. An he/she reports back to his/her usual starting point within 14 hours.

Load it. KE = 1/2Mass * V2 A direct relationship, so increase the mass in or on the truck and with the velocity the same you will generate more kinetic energy.